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2023 Player Outlook

After his first two seasons in which Taylor averaged almost 1,500 rushing yards with 15 rushing touchdowns, his 2023 campaign got off to an incredibly rocky start. He, along with several other running backs sound the league, was seeking a contract extension, threatened a hold-out and found himself embattled with team owner Jim Irsay and general manager Chris Ballard. The result was landing a three-year, $42M extension, but he also missed the first four games of the regular season and he finished with just 741 rushing yards and seen rushing touchdowns over a total of just 10 games. He also missed four games later in the year following surgery to repair a broken thumb. Still, once he got going, Taylor re-established himself as one of the NFL's top backs and now, looking ahead to 2024, he should be considered a top-five player at his position. The Colts said goodbye to Zack Moss in the offseason and neither Trey Sermon nor Evan Hull are goin to challenge him for touches. That means we should also expect to see an increase in his receiving work as he is expected to be an every-down player. There is obvious concern that Anthony Richardson will be poaching some of the goal-line work, but as one of the few bell-cow backs in the league, Taylor should produce elite-level numbers in both yards and touchdowns.

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